Biological Sciences Seminars Available for Viewing
The Biological Sciences Seminars are now available for viewing. The presentations have been transcribed and the transcriptions with PowerPoints are available online.
Graduate Students Wanted
Donor Impact Report now available.
College of Natural Sciences Alumni Reunion:
October 11-12, 2013
MS in Biological Sciences
Mission and Goals - Statements of mission and learning outcomes
Program Description - Objectives, Graduation Requirements
A Guide To Graduate Studies: Policies, Procedures, and Format (pdf) has been developed to provide you with important information that will facilitate your progress to the master's degree. It includes an overview of rules, regulations, and policies, helpful information and hints about how to quickly progress through your graduate program, and information necessary for the preparation and submission of the final copy of your thesis or terminal project. It is essential that all students review this document carefully.
- Current graduate students
- List of faculty and their research interests -- Please note that part of the application process involves contacting potential biology faculty research mentors either by e-mail or phone. You should discuss possible thesis projects with your prospective mentor. If the professor has space and is willing to accept you into his/her research group, ask him/her to notify the graduate coordinator that you would become a member of his/her research group if accepted into the program.
Graduate Student and Faculty Responsibilities - Checklist and forms
Teaching Assistantships - Information
Past Masters Theses - Titles of past theses
For more information contact:
Dr. Christopher Ivey, Graduate Coordinator
Department of Biology
California State University
Chico, CA 95929-0515